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    TIMP-3 Increases the Chemosensitivity of Laryngeal Carcinoma to Cisplatin via Facilitating Mitochondria-Dependent Apoptosis

    Xiaohui Shen, Xia Gao, Hui Li, Yajun Gu, Junguo Wang

    Oncology Research, Vol.27, No.1, pp. 73-80, 2019, DOI:10.3727/096504018X15201099883047

    Abstract Laryngeal carcinoma is a type of head and neck carcinoma with a high incidence and mortality. Chemotherapy treatments of human laryngeal carcinoma may fail due to the development of chemoresistance. Tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase 3 (TIMP-3) has been shown to be implicated in a number of pathological processes typical for cancer. The present study aims to investigate the involvement of TIMP-3 in the chemoresistance of laryngeal carcinoma. We showed that TIMP-3 expression was significantly decreased in chemoresistant laryngeal carcinoma tissues compared with chemosensitivity tissues. Patients with low TIMP-3 expression exhibited poorer overall survival than those… More >

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    miR-632 Promotes Laryngeal Carcinoma Cell Proliferation, Migration, and Invasion Through Negative Regulation of GSK3b

    Zhong-xin Zhou*, Zu-ping Zhang, Ze-zhang Tao*, Ting-zhao Tan

    Oncology Research, Vol.28, No.1, pp. 21-31, 2020, DOI:10.3727/096504018X15213142076069

    Abstract Laryngeal cancer, one of the most common head and neck malignancies, is an aggressive neoplasm. Increasing evidence has demonstrated that microRNAs (miRNAs) exert important roles in oncogenesis and progression of diverse types of human cancers. miR-632, a tumor-related miRNA, has been reported to be dysregulated and implicated in human malignancies; however, its biological role in laryngeal carcinoma remains to be elucidated. The present study aimed at exploring the role of miR-632 in laryngeal cancer and clarifying the potential molecular mechanisms involved. In the current study, miR-632 was found to be significantly upregulated both in laryngeal… More >

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